In flat out terms, Hell No!
First of all, just the way he was introduced into comics was perhaps the most original and unique thing in all of Comic Book history, but that could be done with a bad character, so let us get into why I am right.
Let's just start off with his actual story and his human side which metaphorically people can relate to. He was a drug addict who stumbled upon something extraordinary and he turned himself into the most powerful hero in the world. Along with this power he has this extremely dark, powerful side. The whole struggle within himself dealing with this brand new power of his, his constant struggle on deciding whether or not he was doing something good or truly bad, it all made him an extremely pathetic likable character. His constant fear of his "Arch Enemy" the void was truly brilliant to watch, it made him seem so pathetic and small compared to the usual omnipotent god like entity he was. His love for his wife Lindy was truly amazing, how he was in constant struggle of his fear of killing her and stopping the void from hurting her. When he realized he was the void, just his reaction, you could see the emotion drain from him, was incredible.
Now, nothing can be said enough about his powers. Ripping Carnage in half, Ripping Ares in half, and he had perhaps one of if not my favorite line in Comic History. In Siege #3, when Thor is fighting him he just calmly looks at him after being hit with the hammer and says " How many gods must I kill today", Just pure bad ass. Then he just completely rips Asgard apart by himself, no problem. After being Killed early in the Dark Avengers, he just reappears in the sky above the Avengers Tower and at that moment you realized just how awesome he was. And finally I will never forget the feeling I had when at the send of Siege #3, the last page, When The Void has completely taking over and he is just kind of meditating in the air in all his Glory. It just signified how powerful he actually was and how helpless everyone seemed. Then he just proceeded to kill Loki like nothing, even with the Norn Stones.
His death was so sad to me. When he reverted back to Rob Reynolds and asked everyone to kill him I truly felt sad, as if it was all real and I was witnessing something in my own life. He truly was a tragic character who along the way gave us a great humane story and at the same time did some of the most bad ass things ever witnessed. No doubt that the last few years of Comics, very few people were as important as him. His relationship with Norman Osborn was one of the best duo's ever in my opinion.
He is everything but a one dimensional character, he was able to invoke many emotions, and I can't wait to see him back, as he surely will be <3
In flat out terms, Hell No!